With their newly updated services, the team at Azure IAM can improve the security of a client’s access management with a combination of Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) and Privileged Identity Management measures.
More information is available at https://azureiam.com/
The recent update allows defense contractors to migrate their systems onto the Microsoft Azure platform, which has a range of improved security features such as Multi-Factor Authentication, Azure Key Vault, and Azure Firewall.
As the world becomes more dependent on digital systems, it is crucial for businesses to implement robust security measures to better protect their data and users from attacks. However, despite this need, a reported 79% of defense contractors have not implemented adequate security systems. To give defense contractors the ability to update and secure their data, Azure IAM provides expert access management consulting services.
The company’s team has experience in migrating a client’s infrastructure from the popular Microsoft Identity Management (MIM) systems into Microsoft’s cloud-based Azure platform. This migration includes complete preservation of data, as well as secure synchronicity for on-premise and cloud-based user identities.
Once a system is migrated, defense contractors will be able to have better clarity on who, when, and what is happening on their systems with a centralized management system that allows for secure identity and access control. This increased control security and control also provides a simplified workload, as business owners can easily monitor, audit, and adjust access to assets, as well as take immediate action when necessary.
With a combined experience of over 75 years in the industry, the team at Azure IAM understands the needs and requirements of businesses of all sizes and across multiple industries, including defense companies, government agencies, hospitals, universities, and multinational organizations. The firm’s team includes certified Cybersecurity Architects, Azure Security Architects, Azure Solutions Architects, and Azure Security Engineers as well as TS SCI Poly security clearance.
A spokesperson for Azure IAM said, “We have the expertise to accompany you in your quest to establish a digitally trusted identity system while staying compliant with the laws that regulate your industry.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://azureiam.com/
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